Swiss Holiday Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... air was fantastic. There were even paragliders taking off from the top and following the birds down the valley to Lucerne. We made our stunning descent of Mt Pilatus by aerial cable car "dragon ride", followed by a panoramic gondola to the town of Kriens where we got a short coach ride back to Lucerne. We spent the afternoon wandering around Lucerne, souvenir shopping, lunching, and chilling out. It was actually quite warm ...
... at the top, put our beanies on, and marvelled some more at the view. We really felt like we were on top of the world. We knew we were having lunch at the top and just expected some sort of little cafe. In true Swiss style, they blew us away again. There was a palatial, silver service restaurant up there! It was mind-boggling to think how they had transported all the building materials up there, not to mention the huge chandelier ... and even the ...
... 8217; walk away and unfortunately we discovered that you couldn’t climb it. Instead we settled to walk the length of it from the bottom. It was a nice walk through some business and residential areas and looking at the wall you realise one thing, all the towers are different. Not any two of them had the same design. It created an odd but still cool looking effect. We eventually reached the end which had a short thick round tower on the end and walked all the way around to ...
We woke in Lucerne, one of Switzerland's finest cities nestled amid its snow capped Alps and surrounded by it's lake and embellished by the clear mountain waters of the River Reuss to gorgeous blue skies dotted with patches of pink, looking good for a day on Titlis Glacier. From our hotel we stopped at the Lion Monument, erected in memory of the 800Swiss Guards who defended Louis XVI and his wife at the ...
... up to the wall and its towers, which was far from easy. The stone steps leading up to the wall were steep and winding while the stairs in the tower were narrow and somewhat rickety. You could definitely feel the burn of every muscle in your legs at every step! However, it was well worth the pain and exhaustion to be able to take in every angle of beauty we saw from the wall and tower. Once we descended from the wall, our appetite scale was at an approximate 8 out of 10, so our next ...